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Ryan Adams, Juggalos and Odd Future

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Ryan Adams seemed well on his way to reclaiming his former glory, releasing one fairly straight-forward, mostly solid album this year (instead of eight random ones) and not being such a pissy little brat all the time. Early interviews for the new album seemed to suggest a new sense of self-awareness and a regret over his past rude, baffling statements and actions.  
by Mike Breen 10.14.2011
Posted In: Music Video, Live Music, Local Music at 11:26 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)
 
 
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Squeeze the Day(s) for 10/14-16

Music Tonight: This weekend is loaded with quality musical events. You can start things off tonight at the Southgate House as local singer/songwriter Jason Ludwig hosts a "two-fer" release(s) party, joined by special guests The Newbees and Sassy Molasses. From the previews on his Bandcamp site (listen — then purchase the records for just $5 — here), both Lost In Love and Tanglings are phenomenal offerings. It's almost unfair that Ludwig — formerly leader of the Rock group Noctaluca — was able to produce two full-lengths as good as these (most people would die for one in a lifetime). The title track from Lost In Love is available as a free download on the Bandcamp site (the Tanglings' track "Bunkum" is also a freebie), but below is Ludwig doing an impromptu living-room performance of the track on piano. What a voice! And the songwriting and production on the new albums are equally enthralling, as Ludwig gravitates towards a more mature and melodic sound. Tonight's show kicks off at 9 p.m. and admission is $12. Those in attendance will receive a voucher for one of the free albums (and a discount coupon for the other). Click here to read C.A. MacConnell's recent interview with Ludwig for CityBeat.

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Odd Future

Oct. 15 • Bogart's

0 Comments · Monday, October 10, 2011
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All — also known as OFWGKTA or, more simply, Odd Future — has increased its profile greatly over the past year. But the Hip Hop ensemble still remains one of those musical entities that way more people have heard of, but not actually heard.   

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